Scarf-o-matic

Knitting a scarf and want to display your progress on your journal or home page? Have you found the instructions tedious or arcane?

Have no fear, the scarf-o-matic is here. Fill out the form below and copy the text in the box to whever you would like the image to appear.

Step 1: pick a season.

12 Season 12, Pattern from www.doctorwhoscarf.com
125 Season 12.5, Pattern from www.doctorwhoscarf.com
13 Season 13, Pattern from www.doctorwhoscarf.com
14 Season 14, Pattern from www.doctorwhoscarf.com
15 Season 15, Pattern from www.doctorwhoscarf.com
16 Season 16, Pattern from www.doctorwhoscarf.com
18 Season 18, Pattern from www.doctorwhoscarf.com
wt Whovian Times, Pattern from www.androgums.org/scarf.html
wlk12 Season 12 from Witty Little Knitter wittylittleknitter.com
wlk13 Season 13 from Witty Little Knitter wittylittleknitter.com
wlk14 Season 14 from Witty Little Knitter wittylittleknitter.com

Step 2: Choose your options.
Flip (reverse from the pattern)
Reverse (Show progress from the right to left)
Rotate (90 degrees) Text align: None Right Left
Show Percent (display percent on bar)

Step 3: Choose your output type.
Standard HTML Live Journal, Wordpress, etc.
Myspace or other place that doens't like ? and & characters in image URLs
BBCode PHPBB or other forums. Now includes proboard!
Ravelry Code For use with Ravelry
Plain URL Just the url, no formatting

Step 4: Select how many rows you have done *

Step 5: Copy the text below wherever you want the bar to appear

* NOTE: For the Witty Little Knitter scarves, the "select by rows" calculation is only correct if using the "Brown Sheep Nature Spun" patterns. The "select by percent" option should still be correct for all versions.

From the source for scarfimg.php:
Original images for season 12 and idea from mazzmatazz as described Here.

Images for other scarf versions from:
Seasons 13-18 and Whovian Times - http://aerie.to/allscarves.gif created by trdsf
wlk12-14 - http://wittylittleknitter.com

Some images may be off by a pixel or two, but the "rows" to "percent" calculation is correct for the patterns indicated.